Saphira Morgan has had a very tough year. Her husband has cheated on her with his secretary. Her only comfort is her hobby, which is painting.
Ransom Morgan doesn't know why his wife is becoming more and more distant toward him. He is running for Mayor. He wants his wife back!
Ransom purchased Rousseau Manor for his wife because of the paintings of the faeries inside the house. While Saphira enjoys painting the faeries it also helps her forget the envelopes full of pictures of his affair. One evening at the manor, Saphira is attacked by an escaped convict. The faeries help her escape by bringing the two into the world in which they've been trapped for years by the owner of the house, Vincent Rousseau. Ransom goes to the manor when Saphira doesn't come home. He, too, is taken into the faeries' room. Saphira is convinced she is in a dream and wants to wake up. There are all sorts of creatures and beings in this world, but somewhere in the back of Saphira's mind, they seem familiar. Inside this world is also the jealous mistress, a pack of horny satyrs, and a murderous madman--and nothing will be the same again.